Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 21. Parks and Recreational Facilities
Section 188. Incompatible Uses.
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AS 41.21.188. Incompatible Uses.

(a) The commissioner may designate by regulation incompatible uses within the land and water of the Afognak Island State Park.

(b) Lawful use of a weapon in the Afognak Island State Park shall be allowed except in areas that may be closed for purposes of public safety by regulation by the commissioner.

(c) The regulations governing public use of the Afognak Island State Park must provide reasonable access for lawful sport and subsistence hunting and fishing, personal use fishing, trapping, recreational uses, and commercial fishing. Except to protect public safety, the commissioner may not restrict the exercise of sport or subsistence hunting or fishing, personal use fishing, trapping, or commercial fishing permitted under law or under a regulation of the Board of Fisheries or the Board of Game within the Afognak Island State Park.

(d) The commissioner may not designate as an incompatible use a use permitted by the Afognak Island Road Use Agreement executed on July 24, 1991, as amended.

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